Warhammer 40,000’s ultra-dark future universe goes deep into World of Tanks Tank Crusade Season VIII – Tech

Dive into World of Tanks Tank Crusade Season VIII

May 31, 2022 – Wargaming.net announced that its World of Tanks Tank Expedition Season VIII will be available from now until the end of August, introducing the extremely dark future universe of “Warhammer 40,000”. Players will be rewarded with a range of rich rewards simply by joining the battle, including special rewards with elements of Warhammer 40,000.

Season VIII will consist of three main chapters, each featuring a 3D style of Warhammer 40,000 faction elements: Ultramarines, Death Guard, and Fel Orks. After completing the main chapter of Season VIII, players will be able to recruit Dark Future’s signature character as the Tank Commander. Warhammer 40,000 faction elements include Volusad Tarsius of the Ultramarines 2nd Company, Dogs Sepuk of the Death Guard, and Crorin the Face Roller of the Fel Sun Clan.

While the backstory of Crusades VIII is extremely new (at least for players who haven’t been exposed to Warhammer 40,000), the core mechanics are still not far from the past. Players can earn Tank Expedition Points and progress through the progression stages by driving their Tier VI–X vehicles and performing at their best in random battles (excluding major battles). Players can also drive vehicles of any tier to complete daily quests and earn chariot expedition points. The core vehicles of Season VIII include the E 100, Object 430U and STB-1.

During Season VIII, the Warhammer 40,000 elements of the chariot expedition pack will also be available. The pack includes unique 2D customization elements, a cool 3D style exclusive to the Bat.-Châtillon 25 t, and the devout battle nun of the Martyr Sisters.” Natalestra Aspes” as a crew member.

Season VIII will be open until the end of August, so grab the chance to start your journey in the dark universe of Warhammer 40,000 and earn great rewards!

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